What being global really means

Angel Cabrera
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Angel Cabrera, PhD
President
George Mason University
Dr. Cabrera is the president of George Mason University. Dr. Cabrera is an educator with expertise in global social responsibility, business ethics and sustainability. He is also ready to discuss the education of tomorrow’s business leaders.
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English,Spanish
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Biography

Dr. Ángel Cabrera was named the sixth president of George Mason University effective July 2012. Mason is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with global distinction in more than 200 academic fields. Located in Northern Virginia near Washington, D.C., Mason provides its 33,000 students from 136 countries access to diverse cultural experiences and some of the most sought-after faculty, internships, and employers in the country. Named a top “Up-and-Coming University” by U.S. News & World Report and a “Best Value in Public Colleges” by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, George Mason University is a leading example of a modern, public research university.

Prior to joining George Mason University, Cabrera served as the 11th president of Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona from 2004 to 2012, being designated President Emeritus in April 2012. He was professor and dean of IE Business School in Madrid, Spain, between 1998 to 2004. Thunderbird is regarded as the world’s leading graduate school of international management, and IE Business School has been ranked by the Financial Times among the top 10 business schools in the world. During the last decade, Cabrera pioneered efforts to educate women entrepreneurs in emerging markets and co-founded The Oath Project, an international initiative to establish a code of conduct for business leaders. In 2011 the Financial Times recognized him as one of the top 20 business school leaders in the world.

Cabrera’s expertise in international business and higher education has been recognized by top international organizations. The World Economic Forum named him a “Global Leader for Tomorrow” in 2002 and a “Young Global Leader” in 2005. Two years later, the United Nations asked him to chair the international task force that developed the U.N.’s “Principles for Responsible Management Education.” In 2008, the World Economic Forum appointed him chairman of the Global Agenda Council for promoting entrepreneurship, and The Aspen Institute named him a Henry Crown Fellow. In 2010, he was named topic leader for the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative.

Cabrera is a frequent speaker at prestigious international forums, and he has written numerous papers in leading academic journals. His latest book, Being Global: How to Think, Act and Lead in a Transformed World, was published by Harvard Business Review. His views on global leadership, higher education, and corporate citizenship have been quoted by leading global media, including The Economist, Time, CNN, CNBC, El País, Forbes, the International Herald Tribune, and The New York Times. BusinessWeek honored him in 2004 as one of 25 “Stars of Europe.”

Cabrera serves on the board of specialty retailer PetSmart. He also serves on the boards of the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars (Fulbright Scholar Program), ESSEC Business School, and the Iberoamerican Academy of Management and the Bankinter Foundation for Innovation in Madrid. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Future Trends Forum in Madrid, and he is the past chairman of the Georgia Tech Advisory Board.

A native of Spain, Cabrera holds BS and MS degrees in engineering from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain’s premier engineering university. He earned MS and PhD degrees in psychology and cognitive science from the Georgia Institute of Technology, which he attended as a Fulbright Scholar.


Story Pitch

Business schools share blame for financial crisis
As the financial crisis continues to claim victims, the finger of blame has been pointed more than once at business schools.
Recent Publications/Appearances

INTERVIEWS:

April 29, 2012 Business Mirror "What being global really means"

March 11, 2012 Latino Perspectives Magazine "Adiós, Angel Cabrera  Latino Perspectives Magazine"

January 4, 2012 Financial Post "Why the value of an MBA has declined"

September 26, 2011 Bloomberg Businessweek "Thunderbird Expands to Kazakhstan"

September 22, 2011 bnet "The Internet: The Solution to Our Education Crisis?"

September 18, 2011 Fast Company "Living And Working To 100"

September 14, 2011 Smart Planet "How online education is influencing university redesign, innovation"

Jan 4, 2011 The Arizona Republic "President of the Thunderbird School of Global Management lists keys to growth"

Nov 26, 2010 The Arizona Republic "School seeks to expand its reach"

Nov 19, 2010 Global Atlanta "Business Educator Sees New Wave of Socially Conscious Leaders"

Nov 15, 2010 Financial Times "Quality programme to go the distance"

July 27, 2010 The Guardian  "New BP boss Bob Dudley 'doesn't need to fake his empathy for the Gulf coast'" 

Dr, Cabrera - Washington Post "On Leadership" Panel

How To Fix Business Schools, Harvard Business Review

Cabrera, . & Bowen, D. (2005). Professionalizing global management for the twenty-first century. Journal of Management Development, 24(9), 791-806.

Media Appearances:

•CNN International
•CNN Espanol
•Wall Street Journal
•Financial Times
•BusinessWeek








 

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